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Squash the Silence! March into Awareness

Let’s spread the word about endo! We’re excited to announce our endometriosis awareness campaign to squash the silence when it comes to this disease. To participate, film and share a short video answering the prompt, "Tell me you have endometriosis without telling me you have endometriosis,” then share to your social media platforms and challenge a friend-o (friend with endo) to post their own video! The goal of the challenge is to get people talking across social media platforms about some of the signs and symptoms of endo, not only spreading awareness but helping to shed the stigma associated with talking about the disease. The challenge will run March 15–31. See you on social!

March into Awareness
Next Weekend! 2021 Global Patient Conference

There’s only one week until the 2021 Global Patient Conference: The Path Toward a Cure! Registration is free and the virtual conference (March 19-21) aims to connect patients with science. The conference will include presentations on adolescent endometriosis (Trust These Teens: The Importance of Early Detection), a live Q&A with endo experts from across the world, including Dr. Shan Biscette, Dr. Anil Sharma, Dr. Mike Armour, Dr. Simone Ferrero, and Dr. Sarah Choi, and so much more. Check out the full schedule online!

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The Importance of Mental Health Support

When you have to explain your symptoms to your doctor repeatedly or cancel events because you’re having a bad pain day, it can feel like endometriosis is taking over who you are and changing your perception of yourself. Alice Broster spoke with author Jessica Murnane and counselor and sex therapist Peter Saddington on why mental health support is critical while managing endometriosis and the tools you can use to empower yourself.

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EndoTV: Jessica Murnane’s Know Your Endo

This week's EndoTV guest Jessica Murnane, author of Know Your Endo, reminds us to “celebrate your wins with endometriosis.” Know Your Endo is an essential guide on how to navigate your life with endometriosis and is available for pre-order!

Do Good, Feel Good: The Mind, Body, & Soul Challenge
Endofound CHarity Stream

Team EndoFound has been hard at work fundraising for endometriosis, all while doing what makes them feel good! Thank you to all our fundraisers. Do you want to support endo patients this March? Consider making a donation today towards research and education. Just $10 will provide critical endometriosis education materials for one student and their family, reducing delays in diagnosis.

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Snag Your March Awareness Apparel!

Snag the gear you need to honor Endometriosis Awareness Month. From hoodies and tees to heatable plushies, the EndoFound Shop is where you can purchase with purpose.

The EndoFound Shop

Do you have a birthday coming up? Celebrate with EndoFound! Click here to set up your Facebook birthday fundraiser. With your help, we can continue working towards increasing endometriosis awareness, education, advocacy, and research. Thank you to everyone across the country who has fundraised in support of endometriosis.

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